Philippine Business for Social Progress(PBSP)
Business Empowering the Poor
Committed to poverty reduction, PBSP is the largest corporate-led social development foundation in the Philippines. It is the first of its kind in Asia leading the promotion and practice of corporate citizenship. For over forty years, we have nurtured and trained hundreds of development professionals whose work helped transform the lives of millions of Filipinos.
At PBSP, we are committed to attracting top talents; people who embrace and manifest our values. If you are a dedicated professional with the drive and desire to help people help themselves, we would like to hear from you. Explore the career opportunities below and contact our Human Resource Department to see how your skills and interests may fit with the needs of our Foundation.
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (Mindanao Regional Operations)
Provides efficient and effective administrative support to the Mindanao Regional Operations (MRO). Updates and maintains MRO’s financial information for sound management decisions.
Qualified applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in Accountancy or a related course. Preferably, he/she should be a Certified Public Accountant or should have taken MBA units. He/she must have at least 2 years of supervisory experience in Bookkeeping, Auditing, Human Resource and Financial Management in a similar organization. He/she must have adequate exposure to the Foundation’s financial systems and procedures. He/she must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills; and must have the ability to interact with government officials, donor agency representatives, member companies and partner NGOs.
*This position will be based in Davao.
Interested applicants may send or e-mail their letter of application with comprehensive resume, transcript of records and photo to:
THE HRD MANAGER
G/F Philippine Social Development Center, Magallanes cor Real Sts. Intramuros, Manila
Tel: 527-7741 to 51/400-0899 │ Fax: 527-3743
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org │ Website: http://www.pbsp.org.ph